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  1. Current track: Naturally- Living Daylights Naturally- Living Daylights. Like. There was a problem playing this track.
  2. One of my three favorite a-ha CD's! The other two are "Hunting High and Low" & "Scoundrel Days." At any rate, the up-tempo highlight of this CD is the James Bond theme, "The Living Daylights". I was so disappointed that the film makers used a different rendition of this song for the movie - the one on the CD is a MUCH better version, hands down!/5().
  3. The Living Daylights Arranged By, Conductor – John Barry Performer – a-ha Producer – Jason Corsaro, a-ha Written-By – J. Barry*, P. Waaktaar* 2 – John Barry: Necros Attacks: 3 – John Barry: The Sniper Was A Woman: 4 – John Barry & Monty Norman: Ice Chase: 5 – John Barry: Kara Meets Bond: 6 – John.
  4. Jul 31,  · The Living Daylights was John Barry's eleventh complete score for the Bond series, and the instantly recognizable Bond/Barry sound was given a contemporary twist through the use of synthesized rhythm tracks. The CD also includes tracks by the Pretenders and baicusekantempperfasttimataroner.coinfo on CD! Includes additional music!5/5(38).
  5. THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS is my favourite James Bond film. It stars an innovative actor, Timothy Dalton who took the role seriously; however, I purchased this particular soundtrack because the late John Barry scored it. His use of the recurring themes weaving in and out makes me a part of the “trip.”/5(4).
  6. The Living Daylights released their new, much anticipated live CD, Night Of The Living Daylights in May, The new release was recorded live during two nights at the Sit 'N'Spin, Seattle,
  7. The Best of Bond James Bond is the title of various compilation albums of music used in the James Bond films made by Eon Productions up to that time. The album was originally released in as The Best of James Bond, as a one-disc compilation and a two-disc 30th Anniversary Limited Edition compilation with songs that had, at that point, never been released to the public.
  8. Both "Where Has Everybody Gone?" and "If There Was a Man" are included on The Living Daylights soundtrack, as well as an instrument remix of the former. In the film, the henchman Necros is seen listening to the song through his earphones several times and the song starts up a few times when he appears on screen. An instrumental version plays.

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